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integrating .net framework into my xp cd?


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@Svend Rugaard

The instructions on the site should work for all languages.

@pcportal

As alittle request from RyanVM, don't link directly to his files. Also, bare in mind he's been having server problems as of late. I think it just went back up today, so it might be a bit overloaded.

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the link for sun java2 runtime environment is not up, what i really need to find out is how to integrate both java and .net framework into my xp cd. any help would be much appreciated. thanks, (|\/|)att

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unattended.msfn.org

READ! If you don't even show the slightest bit of understanding or even an attempt, then you won't get much help. Requesting that we've walk you through it step by step is a bit rude, especially if you READ that site COMPLETELY you won't even have to ask.

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@ pcportal - I suggest you read the FAQ on my website before complaining about download problems:

http://www.ryanvm.net/msfn/faq.html

@ Svend - If you want to make a similar installer for the Danish version, check out this thread:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?act=ST&f=70&t=26304

It's a bit long, the but entire procedure is documented in it.

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I would like to intergrate .net 1.1 sp1 was well. And yea I mean intergrate not install afterwords. ;)

Intergrating is different than slipstreaming people.

Though I am using slipstream method atm but it wold be nice to intergrate it so its install during windows setup.

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  • 3 weeks later...

why in earth would you wanna do that,

its a lot of work, and for what,

why not just running it in runonce i just made batchfile that

first installs some runtime files like .NET K-Lite Codecs, and Direct X 9c

its a lot easyer than even trying to run it by sp.inf 's or what ever....

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